Miller School of Albemarle

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The Miller School of Albemarle is a private school near Batesville. The school was created in 1878 and was a bequest of Samuel Miller who funded and founded the school. He envisioned a school for children who could not afford an education. It was a coeducational school from 1884-1928 then became an all boys school until 1992 when it was coeducational again.

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1966 - Charles L. Leonard, Dean[1]

Becoming compliant with Albemarle zoning code

The school is in the process of becoming compliant with the Albemarle County zoning code. Zoning did not exist when the school was built. A proposal to expand the school requires a special use permit. The Albemarle Planning Commission voted 5-1 on December 3, 2019 to recommend approval. [2]


  1. Print: Miller School of Albemarle Begins 89th Year, Unspecified, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises 14 Sept 1966, Page A-14.
  2. Web. Albemarle planning commission recommends Miller School expansion, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, December 4, 2019, retrieved December 7, 2019. Print. December 4, 2019 page A1.

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